JPMorgan Chase & Co
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Collaborative and little bit stressfull

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It is always loads of work at the beginning but once you get experience then it becomes little bit comfortable but still workload remains. It also depends on the project and your manager.


Good medical benefits and Cash component for foreigners


Long hours and late night calls. All depends on project
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Great company benefits

I worked for JPMorgan for a decade. It has great benefits and great training to its employees. The company procedures are very straight forward. Since the pandemic started, the shift times have been very flexible.
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What people like
  • Ability to learn new things
  • General feeling of work happiness
Areas for improvement
  • Support from manager
  • Fair pay for job
  • Ability to meet personal goals

Good employer.

Most employees are long stayer, many employees have been with the bank for longer than 5yrs. There is a reason why people stay. Senior management are wise enough to compensate shortcoming in line managers. They run a tight ship. Benefit is good. HR is fair and dependable. They even pay cpf on CNY angbao. A good place to be in.
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Toxic Team Culture

I believe that the firm has a good culture going on with meaningful staff events and decent benefits. Unfortunately was in a team that celebrated and promoted overtime, eating at desks, selecting your leave dates etc.
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Be prepared to excel in a competitive environment

Depends in the area you work in. I worked in IT and I can say that it's stressful and very fast paced. Compared to the other industries, JPMorgan has already established processes as expected of a Financial institution. If you are coming from a startup, be prepared to work in a regimented environment. Certain operational processes are not even baseline expectations at startups.


Good salary


Highly competitive
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productivity driven firm

Typical day at work is like any other banking firm, daily grind is a normal scene. The big difference is that our job entails us to work beyond office hours and we are expected to provide support 24/7. I learned that one must be at the right place and at the right time no matter what. Always expect change and be ready for it. :) Colleagues are great and they make good team work. Most challenging part of the job would be to always deal with ever changing policies and non-stop changes but we are glad we are always able to keep up. Best part is there is always room to grow and opportunities to embrace. At the end of the day, it is still about loving the job you do and be able to provide for your family and live a good life.


Good Healthcare Benefits, Good Retirement Plan Benefit, great opportunities


management imbalance
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Good management, multi-culture work place with good benefits. Cons: Long working hours, less man power to cover shifting sched.
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Based on 18,663 reviews

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3.7 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.8 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.4 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
3.4 out of 5 stars for Management
3.6 out of 5 stars for Culture

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